Falcons - Eagles Divisional Round Complete Game Coverage
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10pm ET as they break down what went wrong in the Eagles game and reflect upon the conclusion of the 2017 season.
How did the Falcons fail to pick up nine yards in four plays?
No matter how hard they tried to adjust and execute better. The Falcons’ offense never found enough consistency to get back to the Super Bowl.
Sark’s work with Atlanta will be inevitably scrutinized, even though he’s probably coming back.
Julio Jones and Ryan Schraeder spoke about the offense’s shortcomings following their playoff exit.
The Falcons lost by virtue of the same sort of poor decisions and offensive ineptitude that frequently cost them in 2017.
You can argue the talent was equal, but the results were decidedly not.
Well, that was ugly. Join the crew at 8:05pm ET as they discuss the Falcons’ 15-10 divisional round loss to the Eagles.
The Falcons couldn’t get much going on offense and drop the Divisional Round to the Eagles.
Your #6 Atlanta Falcons will try to win one on the road against the top seed in the NFC.
Join the crew at 3:30pm ET for The Falcoholic Live’s Falcons @ Eagles Playoff Preview! We’ll be breaking down the injury situations and match-ups to watch heading into today’s divisional playoff game with Philadelphia.
The Eagles won’t be pushovers, but there are weak spots, as Brandon Lee Gowton of BGN notes.
The already legendary linebacker figures to have a big game Saturday.
This one promises to be another good, physical matchup, and the chances of a double digit victory for Atlanta seem pretty slim.
There are many fine choices.
There are three possible outcomes.
Brandon Lee Gowton of Bleeding Green Nation tells us why Philadelphia will drop this game, if indeed they do.
Can the Falcons continue to battle their way back to the promised land?
The top seed in the NFC gets the pleasure of hosting a resurgent Falcons team. Should be fun!
A belated but very nice injury report.
Join the crew at 8:10pm ET as they review the Falcons’ Wild Card victory over the Rams and look ahead to Saturday’s Divisional showdown with the Eagles.
Atlanta learned from that awful loss to the Dolphins.
Alex Mack and company draw another tough match-up
An important note for those who can’t, for whatever reason, get the game on television.
The Falcons have had putrid field position and have occasionally overcome it, but the sledding is getting tougher.
As you might suspect, that has meant good things for the Falcons defense.
Despite Philadelphia’s obvious talent, we’ve got an easy pick.
The current Eagles starter is not an inspiring option.
Ryan has gone from game manager, to pocket passer, to mobile play-action scrambler. At 32, he has mastered it all.